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The Dirt on Baltimore Rental Home Window Cleaning

When it comes right down to your Baltimore rental home, you have to make sure you are taking extra attention to boosting your curb appeal as it is a significant piece in making sure that they are seldom vacant hence earning you money. Renters fancy a home that is cared for well and is presentable. One where they know once they are home, they can let their guards down and enjoy the pleasures that it gives. A clean and maintained property is the key to a successful rental experience, which is why routine window cleaning is such an important part of any property management plan.

Clean windows contribute numerous benefits for property owners and tenants equally. The most visible benefit is producing a grand first impression of the house. First impressions can make a real difference when it comes to attracting quality renters. Minor smudges and dirt may look like nothing, yet potential tenants may associate dirty windows with an owner who cuts corners on property maintenance, and would afterward affect their decision to rent the property.

Regular window cleaning extends the life of the windows themselves. Windows, like all of the other elements of a property, must be cleaned on a regular basis. Acid rain, hard water, and oxidation are all factors that damage window panes. Regular cleaning can help keep environmental contaminants at bay and your windows sparkling for years to come.

Industry experts recommend cleaning residential windows once or twice a year. But expecting your tenants to do this for you is not the best idea. Tenants may fail to use proper cleaning tools and materials, thus damaging the windows further. Or they may end up injuring themselves as they attempt to clean 2nd story windows.

Falls involving ladders are one of the leading causes of serious household injuries. This guide to ladder safety from the United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) outlines over a dozen safety guidelines for ladder use, many of which your tenant may not know or follow. The more significant liability of tenants using ladders to do property maintenance tasks is not a smart management practice.

To make sure that your property’s upkeep is regular and your tenants safe, you would definitely need the assistance of real professionals to do the work for you. At Real Property Management Capital, we monitor the condition of your entire property, including windows, and schedule cleaning and maintenance as needed. Please contact us today online or by phone at 301-869-5001 for more information about our Baltimore property management services.

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